William Hogan is the founding partner of the Boston office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP. An experienced litigator, he began his legal...
William Hogan is the founding partner of the Boston office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP. An experienced litigator, he began his legal career as an assistant district attorney for Suffolk County. His practice areas are business litigation, administrative law, and sports business law. He served as outside counsel to Congressman Martin Meehan during President Bill Clinton’s impeachment hearings before the House Judiciary Committee, and he has served on the transition teams of two Massachusetts state treasurers. Hogan is a member of the Massachusetts Judicial Nominating Commission and serves on the board of the Westfield State College Foundation. Suffolk University Law School has awarded him an Outstanding Law Alumni Service Award.
Hogan earned a JD from Suffolk Law in 1981 and holds a bachelor’s degree from Westfield State College.